Selected Bibliography

Charis Anastopoulos –Particle or Wave, 2008

Fritjof Capra–The Tao of Physics (2010), First edition 1975

Alice Calaprice–The Ultimate Quotable Einstein

Nigel Calder–Einstein’s Universe, 1979

Sean Carroll–The Particle at the end of the Universe, 2012

Paul Davies & John Gribbin– The Matter Myth, 1991

Gerald. M Edelman– A Universe of Consciousness, 2000

–The Remembered Present, 1989

–Bright air, Brilliant Fire, 1992

Albert Einstein–The Principle of Relativity, 1952

Gordon Fraser– The New Physics for the 21st Century

Kenneth Ford– The Quantum World, 2009

Richard Feynman Q.E.D — The strange Theory of Light and Matter, 1985

Bryan Gaensler–Extreme Cosmos, 2011

John Gribbin –The Universe, a Biography, 2004

–Science…A History, 2005

–Erwin Schrodinger and The Quantum Revolution, 2012

D .Goldsmith & Marcia Bartusiak, E=Einstein, 2006

Bernard Haisch–The Purpose Guided Universe, 2010

Paul Halpern– Collider, 2010

Walter Isaacson–Einstein, His life and Universe, 2007

Lawrence M Krauss–A Universe from Nothing, 2012

Manjit Kurmar–quantum, 2007

Immanuel Kant–The Critique of Pure Reason 1781, reprinted 1969

Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics, 1783

Roger Penrose– Cycles of Time, What Came Before the Big Bang, 2011

Ben-Ami Scharfstein– A Comparative History of World Philosophy (from The Upanishads to Kant),1998

–Philosophy East, Philosophy West, 1978

Ian Sample– Massive, 2009

Charles Seife– Alpha and Omega-The Search for Beginning and End of the Universe, 2003

Frank Wilczek–Fantastic Realities, 2006

–The Lightness of Being, 2010 (first published 2008)

Articles: The Origin of Mass

Continuity of Quark and Hadron Matter

The Asymmetry of the Universe

Roger Woit–Not Even Wrong, 2006

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About Helmut Cerncic

An intensive perusal of books relating to more than six fields of learning eg: philosophy, physics, cosmology, ancient theology and neurophenomenology all in the name of ars artis gratis; not as a means to an end but as an end in itself,
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